Building a Strong Legal Community for the 21st Century
Organized on February 4, 1897 with 33 members, The Jacksonville Bar Association published its objectives in its original constitution: to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession; to regulate the practice; to promote improvements in the law and the methods of its administration; to cultivate professional ethics among its members and to discuss legal topics of general interest.
The Jacksonville Bar Association has more than 2,100 members. While members enjoy continuing legal education seminars and lawyer referral services, the basic mission of The Jacksonville Bar Association remains to enhance the administration of law as well as the professional and social lives of its members.
Published on Friday, January 29th, 2016
Not able to attend the January 22nd live Brady presentation? The Florida Bar has mandated new minimum standards prescribed for attorneys handling felony cases under Rule 3.133. This seminar will satisfy the new Minimum Standards for Attorneys in Felony Cases under Rule 3.113 which is effective in May 16, 2016, and provides as follows: “Before […]
Published on Tuesday, January 26th, 2016
The annual Raymond Ehrlich Trial Advocacy Award: The 2016 Award will be presented at the February 25, 2016 Seminar. The Award Committee will evaluate applicants based on the qualities that made Justice Ehrlich a role model. Nominees should exemplify professionalism, ethical commitment, professional competency and dedication to creating a positive impression of the legal community […]